A while back a health report was released stating that there were really no health benefit to drinking 64 ounces of water daily. One specific aspect of water consumption this study cited was that drinking it doesn't necessarily lead to weight loss.
But according to RealAge.com, people who regularly drink water consume about 9 percent fewer calories daily. Those calories add up, too! This is because water drinkers sip calorie-free water more than sugary sodas or other drinks high in calories. Water drinkers tend to eat healthier, too. I guess you are what you drink, too.
Since the holiday season is full of tempting treats and champagne toasts, make a calorie-free water your go-to drink and save some calories for later. Maybe Santa's belly would be less like jelly if he drank more water? I'm just saying.